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Like all the best tech companies, Harvard Business Services is dedicated to continually LOWERING our prices. Our investment in advanced technology is responsible for our ability to SLASH all our package prices by $100 each!
As of September 1, 2018, Harvard Business Services has lowered the price of forming a Delaware company by $100 across all of our Domestic and International LLC and corporation formation packages. This means we now offer unbeatable prices to form a company. All of our packages are all-inclusive pricing with no hidden fees. They include all Delaware filing fees, the first year Delaware Registered Agent fee, your Certificate of Formation/Incorporation and a digital company seal.
The Green Package, our most cost-effective package, is now just $179. With this package you will have everything you need to get your company up and running and all documents are delivered via email.
The Basic Package is now only $229 (Domestic) and $350 (International). This package includes everything in the Green Package, plus free access to a digital library of boilerplate documents to help you maintain your company.
The Standard Package, our most popular package has been reduced to $329 (Domestic) and $550 (International). This package includes everything in the Green and Basic Package, plus a deluxe three-ring binder engraved with the company name in gold embossed lettering, 10 stock certificates and a company hand-held seal.
Our annual Delaware Registered Agent fee is still just $50 per year – the lowest in the industry – and it’s guaranteed to remain fixed at $50 for the life of your company. Compare to LegalZoom at $165 per year and the Company Corporation at $235 per year.
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